Used CDs: Indie Retail’s Secret Weapon

Seattle Weekly | January 26, 2009
The compact disc is the new cassette tape, a highly disposable and inferior format for music. And all signs point to it being wiped out for a variety of reasons. But because of a spike in the number of people looking to sell off their CD collections, the used market has been a glimmer of sunshine.

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